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New Internationalist(ニューインターナショナリスト)英語版

New Internationalist(ニューインターナショナリスト)英語版

No. 517
雑誌
出版社:有限会社インティリンクス
発売日: 2019年02月10日
発行間隔: 毎偶月10日
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    目次

    The Big Story: Trade in Turmoil

    15 Is trade in turmoil a chance for justice?
    Vanessa Baird sets out amid the gathering storm clouds.
    18 A rustbelt romance
    Are Donald Trump’s tariff wars without reason?
    21 Investor Rex
    The low-down on ISDS and other dodgy investor
    privileges.
    23 The dark arts
    Brexit boom-time for corporate lobbyists.
    24 Open China?
    What China promises, what China does.
    27 Pigs that cross…
    Climate-wrecking follies of free trade.
    29 Winners and losers
    How the clash of the titans, China and the US, is
    impacting the Global South.
    32 Just, open and green
    This is what a better global trading system might
    look like, concludes Vanessa Baird.
    35 ACTION and worth reading

    CURRENTS
    8 African migrants seek new lives in China
    Plus: Borderlines
    9 Introducing... Jair Bolsonaro
    9 Free and fair elections in Armenia
    Plus: Seriously
    10 Y’en a marre mobilize in Senegal
    11 Tibet’s bid for emoji flag
    Plus: Sign of the Times
    11 Meet the radical bird watchers
    12 Bangkok street sellers live to fry another day
    13 The legacy of Somalia’s worst suicide attack
    Plus: Reasons to be Cheerful

    REGULARS
    6 Letters
    Plus: Why I…
    7 Letter from Dhaka
    In her first column, Parsa Sanjana Sajid observes the symbolism of
    flowers being sold at an historical intersection in the city.
    14 What If…
    ...we reduced carbon emissions to zero by 2025?
    37 Hall of Infamy
    Matteo Salvini, Italy’s ‘refugee drowner-in-chief’,
    is put under the spotlight.
    38 Country Profile: Cuba
    40 Cartoon History
    The story of Toussaint Louverture, former slave
    and military leader of the Haitian revolution, as told
    by ILYA (with Yohann Koshy).
    44 The Debate
    Dawn Foster and Yasmin Alibhai-Brown dispute
    whether or not religion should play a role in politics.
    51 Temperature Check
    From Extinction Rebellion to palm oil, Danny Chivers
    outlines the top five climate struggles to look out for in 2019.
    55 Southern Exposure
    Self-taught photographer Amarjeet Kumar Singh captures a candid moment during a behrupiya
    (impressionist) event in New Delhi.
    60 The Interview
    Soni Sori, an award-winning human rights
    defender, speaks to Dilnaz Boga about fighting for
    justice for sexually abused Adivasi women.
    78 The Puzzler
    79 Agony Uncle
    In this issue, our in-house ‘Uncle’ answers a
    dilemma about property inheritance.

    OPINION
    47 View from India
    Nilanjana Bhowmick reacts to the ‘unease’
    expressed by Indian men in today’s #MeToo era.
    Plus: Polyp & Schlunke’s Big Bad World.
    59 View from Africa
    Nanjala Nyabola on Cameroon’s never-ending
    presidential terms.
    Plus: Marc Roberts’ Only Planet.
    63 View from America
    Mark Engler reflects on the life of Pete Seeger - an
    American musician, patriot and dissident.
    Plus: Kate Evans’ Thoughts from a Broad.

    FEATURES
    48 Do we fetishize indigenous people?
    Working on a documentary about the Moken ‘Sea
    Gypsies’ prompted Julian Sayarer to examine
    the West’s obtuse gaze and representation of
    indigenous people.
    52 Catching the cops
    Aboriginal people are using a new app to record and
    report police brutality. Will it help break Australia’s
    culture of impunity? Ian Lloyd Neubauer reports.
    56 Japan’s firewall against populism
    Despite populism being rife everywhere else,
    Japan has refused to succumb. Are there lessons
    to be learned? asks Tina Burrett.
    64 Unlearning despair
    In this issue’s Long Read, Daniel Macmillen
    Voskoboynik explains why and how we must fight
    for the world around us - and why ecological
    thinking is key.

    MIXED MEDIA
    72 Spotlight
    Chilean-Argentine director Sebastian Lelio speaks
    to Malcom Lewis about writing complex, engaging
    characters and film as a ‘machine for empathy’.
    74 Book Reviews
    Can We Feed The World Without Destroying It?
    by Eric Holt-Gimenez; Deviation by Luce D’Eramo,
    translated by Anne Milano Appel; Tentacle by Rita
    Indiana, translated by Achy Obejas; Voices of the
    Windrush Generation by David Matthews.
    76 Film Reviews
    Burning, directed and co-written by Chang-dong
    Lee; Green Book, directed and co-written by Peter
    Farrelly.
    77 Music Reviews
    25LIVE@25 by Skunk Anansie; Echoes by Farhan.